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Show us your tweets: Obama inauguration edition

Posted 7:20pm on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013

The inauguration of president Barack Obama and vice president Joe Biden for a second term had lots of people talking and tweeting. As you might expect coming out of such a contentious election, many people were passionately pro or con. And, if they didn't have much to say about politics, they had something to say about the other burning issue of the moment: Michelle Obama's and Beyonce's hair.

President Barack Obama: "Allow me to re-introduce myself"

@isthatcortez

Yesterday was spectacular!!! Still pinching myself!! ;-) Obama's on FIYAH!!

@aliciakeys

The statements that @BarackObama are making right now are almost as bold as Michelle's bangs.

@ThePadenGatlin

I'm not near a TV. Has Obama announced the enslavement of white southerners as reparations for slavery yet?

@TeaPartyCat

Mitt Romney is drinking Robitussin and watching clothes dry at a laundromat somewhere.

@StevenAmiri

Business is booming for "Obama condom" street merchant: "Hope is not a form of protection"

@Salon

Whenever POTUS signs something, I am reminded he is left handed. GO SOUTHPAWS.

@EHolmesWSJ

Beyonce's weave today was so anointed. Moved with the spirit.

@Christina1987

What if Obama just started running his fingers through Beyonce's hair.

@Jonwurster

Biden Alert! Joe officially sworn in. Now, he's going to shotgun a 6-pack of Pabst Blue Ribbon.

@RobTornoe

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